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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 23, 1915 THE L ETUIS RIDGE DAILY HERALD PARE FIVE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block CLARKE CO. Lovely New Suits and Coats Just to Hand by Express An oxl'prisivii and ropresi-nhitive showing of most correct mid wear- able stvles now foul u red here.: Women toll us they are far superior to any they have, seen elsewhere, in styles, assortments and values. We have taken particular pains with the selection of this season's stock, and while styles are the most attractive we have seen in many seasons, prices, in spite of the fact that all woollen materials are greatly ad- vanced, are considerably lower than last year, on account of the fore- sight and purchasing- power of Canada's leading manufacturers with whom we deal, in placing-large advance orders ;vt the outbreak of the war a year ago, at old prices. New Suits to Suits this weapon have a drciclecl .Military sirups, bolts, simpecl wnist lino nitil full Hkirts, convert riilo collnrs to HI lilgli ur low; skirls tin', made in fitl! circn- br or pl'jiituil wilii or without yokes. Serges, cheviots and broad- cloths aro tlic most favored mater- ials and are shown here now in splendid variety nf styles and colors navy, Hussian groen and black. New Coats By far- the most attractive values we 'have over had to the most attractive styles as well. Mili- niry and other smart effects have a decided 'lead and these are sllown mostly with belts, slot seams, full Hare "skirts and convertible high or low filling collars. Materials, loo, are very rich, in both plain colors or rich mixtures. Slzc3 range from 1C to .12. TELBHlONK Mr. and Mrs. .Miss i Hatch and Mr. I'. V. l.rwis air vis- lilriliK at the lloss Ituii-'li, near Ma- Miss Kvrlyn m. Kivrr, is Ihe Hardie. Mri. Hanlii- at :i hu'lSC (lillHT 111 hi'l mornnv evening. Shcrifi ami Mrs. The advantage is all early selections deposit secures your choice till you are ready (o take it away. We Make Alterations Free and Guarantee the Fit ..Mr. I'liilil) Miebii Saturday From a li Hlacli K'lver Valley, I Hull aturday 1. 1'l'oii- thc llaitht and 1 M.K. Sarece IIESI BR ELY; Moral Effect of Naval 'Victory Will be Great i Corporal I Ptc. Ay re of Uic Camp, are spend inn i with .Mr. II. Haight. Mr. C. of week-end with Mr. and Davidson. Mrs. J. Ptnith H in the city on Frnlai from the 'KxpuMtion, ;ti Kunst nf Mrs. Win. Some Of tllC ilUllf-S n church arc holding a wh the I'arish hall, Tuf-Mta; rS o'clock. The iiv and their iriewls cd. The section of tiie Wesley Ladies' I Aid, under Mrs. .McCulluii-li, wtfl meet i for sewing in the Red t'rosa rooms to- morrow afternoon. YVKKCKS One- of the hundreds of wnickoti homes aiul buihlines in Brio, showing militia ou guard to prevent looting, wlm-h has been prevalent. The loss of worth of property was caused by a clniHlburat of rain. St. Mary's t drive in evening at Mir church invit- A very pretty .wedding solem- imed at the home of Mr. William Simpson, Prank, nn Thursday, tist ID, when his Daughier, .Miss Mary London, Aug. Russian i The moral effect nf this action on j K Simpson, was united io Mr. H. report claiming; a decisive victory for'the Uussian is expected jnjDexlor McKay of GlniHien.. the aMics together with the expuision W j of surviving units of the German to continued Russian re-1 j vjil force-from tiie Gulf contains few j treat which has been arrested no-1 (details in addition to an enumera- j where except m the northern sector, prom" j i-ion Qj QerTrtan jesses. It is assumed from Riga Lo KOVHO. I n__i :---------L British military critics regard the rinnlpeg, >Man., Aug. a priest of St. Mary's parish, Win- that inasmuch as Petrograd annnimc- ig, has been the "go between" in ed several days ago that her rs of Thomas Kelly, millionaire! "f1 "tired from the tfulf the Mosquito flotilla, assisted h> tractor, to corneas and tell all he submarines -and defenses, wreak- 1 unsuspected destruction on part of the German fleet and Inn German plans. ivs about the parliament buildings H, provided those of his sons who ]members of his firm are granted i.unity, according Io the informa- gleaned today. Kelly approach- Premier Norris with tiie same of- prlor to his flight into Miuneso- ;but Norris declined to negotiate j the contractor. B. Kelly, youngest son of Thom- is in the city, but he is not tiit by- the Mathers Commission [ho Attorney-General, not being a nber of the firm of Kelly Sons, !two other sons are with their fa- fit Shoreham, Detroit Lakes, Min- ata. Hoi'wood Being Watched W. Horwood, former provincial litect, and the government's chitf less for the conspiracy trial, tried ___ _ get across the International line, j McBride has declined the request